The biggest-ever season of MHz Worldview International Mystery and Drama features all-new series and returning favorites.
Fresh off the premiere of THE LEGACY, MHz Worldview is proud to announce its biggest-ever line-up of all-new International Mystery, Drama and Comedy series - along with encore runs of two International Emmy Award-winning series from Denmark.
The season kicks off on Monday, June 29th with two all-new episodes of the immensely popular Italian family show DON MATTEO, starring Terence Hill as the eponymous crime-solving priest.
Tuesday, July 7th sees the premiere of A FRENCH VILLAGE, the acclaimed drama about the German occupation of France during World War II, starring Thierry Godard and Audrey Fleurot of Spiral fame.
The hit French comedy KABOUL KITCHEN premieres on Thursday July 2nd, followed by THE CHURCHMEN, a gripping drama about five young men from different backgrounds training for the Catholic priesthood at Paris' historic Capuchin Seminary.
A different kind of drama debuts on Friday, July 3rd - PARIS stars Jérôme Robart (Nicolas Le Floch) in a twisty tale of diverse characters whose lives intersect in unexpected ways during a 24-hour period in the French capital.
Other new shows premiering on MHz Worldview later this summer include CAMILLA LÄCKBERG'S FJÄLLBACKA MURDERS from Sweden and THE GEORGES SIMENON MYSTERIES, based on stories by the legendary Maigret author.
Many of these new episodes will be available to watch for 7 days after broadcast on our popular Catch Up page. More information and available episodes can be found at http://mhznetworks.com/programs/full-episodes.
In addition to these premieres, MHz Worldview will present encore runs of two International Emmy Award-winning police procedurals from Denmark: UNIT ONE starring Mads Mikkelsen (Hannibal) and THE EAGLE starring Jens Albinus (Borgen).
More information and the complete MHz Worldview International Mystery and Drama broadcast schedule can be found here http://mhznetworks.com/about/mhz-international-mystery-broadcast-schedule.